Professor Neil Greenberg officially passes his UK Psychological Trauma Society (UKPTS) presidency to incoming President Dr Cherie Armour today – after completing a successful three-year term.
The handover takes place today, Monday 20 March 2017, at the UKPTS annual conference in Belfast.
Speaking of his time as President, Professor Neil Greenberg said: “My three years as UKPTS President have been challenging but enjoyable. I have been privileged to work with a great team and feel that the three years have been very productive.
“I am particularly proud of the three guidance documents my board has produced which include one on the organisational management of traumatic stress. Most recently we have published our guidance document on the treatment of complex PTSD which I hope will make a positive difference to many people’s lives.
“I am delighted that Dr Cherie Armour has taken on the role as UKPTS President and I wish her well as she successfully leads the Society over the next three years."
As well as his role as Managing Director for March on Stress, Neil Greenberg is Professor of Defence Mental Health at King’s College London and the Royal College of Psychiatrists Lead for Military and Veterans Health. He is also an advisor for Hostage UK, Board Member for the Forces in Mind Trust and a trustee of Walking with the Wounded.
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Keywords : Organisational Resilience, eHealth Monitoring, TRiM Workplace Monitoring, Sustaining Resilience at Work (StRaW)
Description : March on Stress have an eHealth Monitoring System that helps recognise the warning signs of PTSD, Stress and Trauma